Born in Dallas and raised in Knoxville, TN, David developed an ear for voices early in life mimicking cartoons and his father's many colorful stories. In high school David loved singing, theater and sports. At the University of Tennessee he majored in acting and advertising performing in several plays and managing the Advertising Department at the UT Daily Beacon newspaper.

Next stop, Six Flaggs over Georgia where David MC’d and did "Elvis” in the park’s live stage show.  There he met a dolphin trainer, his future bride, Donna. They married and performed dolphin shows together at Worlds of Fun in Kansas City and Great America in Santa Clara, CA.

The acting bug bit David and they moved to Los Angeles. Overnight success eluded him, but he did manage to get his foot in the door at Chiat/Day Advertising. David spent the next ten years there learning creative excellence and mottoes like, "Good enough is not enough" and "Chiat/Day is a sweat-shop". He worked his way from creative secretary thru broadcast traffic to broadcast business manager and finally found his calling as Chiat/Day's Radio Producer and Voice Caster.

David's creative reputation grew. He judged prestigious advertising awards and was eventually lured away to write and produce radio commercials for Jim Kirby & Company. There he learned treasured secrets of radio humor and the art of schmoozing clients. From there David started Prince Productions and later spent some time with RADIOLOGY and Oink Ink Radio.  But nothing quite compared to flying solo so he returned to his own production company (now David Prince Productions, Inc.) in beautiful Simi Valley, CA. 

David also enjoys a voice-over career having been in thousands of Radio and TV commercials and just enough cartoons to impress the kids.  In his spare time he helps his wife, Donna, hand-feed the exotic baby birds she breeds. David’s hobbies include Golf, Tennis, Softball and writing about himself in the third person.